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Soni says £300k paid to RPS funded training in south London

Ex-RPS president Ash Soni says £300,000 it received from Health Education England funded pharmacy training in south London.

‘Notable number’ of DOAC dispensing errors reported

Dispensing errors involving direct oral anticoagulants are highlighted in Medication Safety Officer’s report.

How was £300k paid to RPS by Health Education England spent?

A source close to the RPS has raised questions over how £300k the Society received from HEE was spent.

HEE to train 500 clinical pharmacists for PCNs in 2019/2020

Health Education England has been told it must train 500 clinical pharmacists for roles in general practice by the end of 2019-2020.

Featured, Concerns over PCN impact on employment

The PDA says “an increasing number” of pharmacists have concerns over the impact of PCNs on their employment.

Pharmacists 'need new skills' to succeed in PCN meetings

Hemant Patel says pharmacists need “influencing and leadership" training to survive PCN meetings.

RPS stays silent on Ash Soni unlawful dispensing

The RPS fails to respond to questions on whether it took action against Ash Soni over unlawful dispensing at his pharmacy.    

RPS may face high court over expulsion of EPB member

The RPS could face a judicial review over the way it removed Sultan Sid Dajani from the English Pharmacy Board.

RPS president: I made mistake over unlawful dispensing

Ash Soni defends his professional credibility after his pharmacy unlawfully dispensed prescriptions two years ago.

Interview: Mark Lyonette

Pharmacy has been an eye-opener for Mark Lyonette since he arrived as chief executive of the National Pharmacy Association.

Independent Pharmacy Awards returns in October

The Independent Pharmacy Awards returns this year at the House of Commons to recognise the best of community pharmacy.

LPCs need £3m a year to provide pharmacists for PCNs

Hemant Patel urged the PSNC to "make representations on our behalf” so pharmacies can be funded for PCNs. 



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